Laminine Joint Pain

Laminine Joint Pain

The First Steps To reducing Joint Pain Begins With DNA

Laminine is known for regenerating sick cells, repairing damaged nerves, regenerating bones (osteoporosis), muscles, & cartilages. Much is yet to be explored how FGF2, Laminine’s active ingredient, helps the body with cell regeneration. In a recent study, a reduction of CRP (inflammation markers) was evident, resulting in a reduction in inflammatory joint pain of patients suffering from osteoarthritis.

How it works?

Overtime the chromosome becomes less functional, The cap on its end called “telomere” loses its ability to regenerate. Our DNA is not replicating the caps as it used when our bodies were much younger. Too much cell division has taken place as well. When the telomeres begin to shorten, joint discomfort begins because of age-related inflammation. Laminine that contains FGF and amino acids is an important supplement to help repair these chromosome caps,

Active Ingredient

FGF-2 (Fibroblast Growth Factor 2) is responsible for reprogramming the stem cells and amino acid proteins to go to areas in our cellular matrix that need it most. As it reaches parts of the body, it does what it’s supposed to do; repair and regenerate the cells and tissue in that location, including the regeneration of telomere caps of the chromosome.

 

Studies have shown that sore, inflamed and immobile joints are tied to weakened extensions of the DNA in our cells which this specialized component restores. By protecting our DNA code it assures our next generation of cells will be healthy, strong and functioning well.

Aging affects telomere caps

Telomeres are the caps at the end of each strand of DNA, the protective caps in each chromosome. They become clipped and shorter because of cell division over time. As a result, it becomes less efficient as well in reproducing. FGF-2 is needed to support telomere activity. Unfortunately, FGF-2 in our body diminishes over time and essentially gone as reach past the age of 60.

Since our body is incapable of producing its own FGF-2, we can get it by extracting a nine-day-old fertilized avian egg. This is the reason why LAMININE, whose main ingredient is this egg extract, has demonstrated a wide range of benefits for different people, and in varying parts of the body.

→ More info on Osteoarthritis Pain Relief Supplementation.

 

In a breakthrough discovery, a Norwegian egg expert, Doctor Bjodne Eskeland, revived research spanning 50 years by isolating a specialized compound taken from avian egg embryos on their 9th day of development, which regenerates and protects damaged DNA in human cells.

Laminine Testimony on Joint Pain

“I suffered from a debilitating condition and severe arthritis. I couldn’t walk, I couldn’t get out of bed, I couldn’t get down on the floor, I couldn’t do anything. Now I can walk, I can get out of bed in the morning without being in pain, I can get on the floor and sit cross-legged. It’s a wonderful product, I believe in it 100%. It got me off of the pharmaceuticals that I was taking. It’s not just that, it gives me energy and makes me feel great.”  After about two weeks (of taking Laminine), it changed my life. – Ruth H.

  • Drug Interaction: No evidence has been found to show drug interactions of any kind.
  • Dosage: Suggested for adult use is 1-4 capsules per day as a dietary supplement. Click here for other severe health conditions.
  • Ingredients: OPT9™ Proprietary Blend (Fertilized Avian Egg Extract, Fish Protein, Phyto Protein), Vegetable Capsule, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate.

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What Our customers say

The joints in my knees were very uncomfortable. After about a week of LAMININE I can't believe they don't hurt anymore

Stan Brower

I had aching joints all along my back and I experienced discomfort sitting and bending down. But since I've been taking LAMININE, it doesn't hurt that much.

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6 Comments
  • Sess
    Posted at 02:56h, 13 October Reply

    Thank you!

  • David McBride
    Posted at 21:50h, 12 December Reply

    How does the laminin joint pain work with knee joint, after the operation? Should I take it now, or wait for the operation?

  • Fili Nachtigal
    Posted at 17:34h, 18 January Reply

    I am interested to buy this, but I would like to talk to someone, but no one is answering your Lifepharm number. Please call me. I sent an email.

  • Lizle Kapla
    Posted at 08:51h, 19 January Reply

    Can Laminine remedy pain in elbow, I would like to try it but it may not work for that.

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    Posted at 08:36h, 14 February Reply

    I’ve found something which helped me. Many thanks!

  • Jocelyn W.
    Posted at 01:22h, 18 February Reply

    I wonder if it will work for a specific pain tendon in my heels. It’s been bugging me and Doctors just said I should learn to relax and strectch.

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